Hilary Swank Weds In Custom Elie Saab Couture

Her grown reportedly took 150 hours to make

This weekend, Hilary Swank married her long-term beau social venture entrepreneur Philip Schneider in Saint Lucia Preserve in Carmel, California. The American actress chose an ethereal Elie Saab couture creation that reportedly took 150 hours to make.

The gown was made from 25 meters of Chantilly lace, eight meters of silk chiffon, and six meters of organza silk, according to E Online.

Alison Smith of Alison Weddings was the creative brains behind the picturesque setup. The wedding planner shared a photo on her Instagram writing, “My heart is full of gratitude and pride as I post this image of the sweetest couple on their amazing wedding day!”



Florist Christine Cater also shared a snap of the newlyweds, captioning her photo, “This precious girl got married on Saturday! Designing her flowers was epic! @hilaryswank and Philip Schneider were so sweet and darling. Wishing them happy endings.”



Earlier this year, Game of Thrones star Rose Leslie wed in a gown from Elie Saab.



Princess Claire and Princess Stephanie of Luxembourg both chose the Lebanese label to wear on her big day.

Congratulations to the happy couple.

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